SINUS HEADACHE VS MIGRAINE HEADACHE | FACTS by ENT SURGEON – Dr. Harihara Murthy | Doctors’ Circle

Dr. Harihara Murthy | Appointment booking no:9886026602 Consultant ENT Surgeon | Murthy Health and Research Center,Bangalore Sinus headache are caused due to infections in the paranasal sinus. The paranasal sinus occupies the bones around the face surrounding the head. So…
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Dr. Harihara Murthy | Appointment booking no:9886026602
Consultant ENT Surgeon | Murthy Health and Research Center,Bangalore
Sinus headache are caused due to infections in the paranasal sinus. The paranasal sinus occupies the bones around the face surrounding the head. So any increase in pressure can cause pain, that is a dull aching pain, sometimes a throbbing pain. So you get forehead pain, adapting to cheek bones, occipital pain. The formal sinus gives rise to frontal pain, the maxillary sinuses contributes to such pain in the back of the head is because of sphenoid sinusitis, there can be vacuum headaches caused by the sinuses. Migraines headaches are different set of symptoms . It is a throbbing headache unilateral, can be bilateral.

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